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Product: Red Hat for Alpha - "Official" Release 4.1

This Alpha version is an update to the award winning Red Hat Linux Release 4.0 (InfoWorld's 1996 Desktop Operating System of the Year), incorporating many improvements, fixes, and additional features. It is a complete, advanced, easy-to-administer operating system.

For system requirements and more detailed Information: Click Here

Ordering Information:
Retail Price: US$ 49.00
Manufacturer: Red Hat
Category: LxDistribM
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs.
Dimensions: 7.5" x 9" x 1.6"
ISBN-Code: TBD
Replacement: 00584

Our Price: US$ 39
Part#: 00166
Item Code: None
Version: 4.1
Classification: F
UPC-Code: None

No longer available: This product has been replaced by a newer version.
To see an older release of Red Hat, click here.
See also Red Hat Official Linux 4.1 for Intel and for SPARC systems.
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Product: Red Hat Official Linux for Alpha

System Requirements:

Red Hat Linux 4.1 for Alpha represents a huge leap in reducing your administrative and support costs for your heterogeneous network. This release builds on Red Hat Linux 4.0, which was the 1996 Desktop OS of the Year according to InfoWorld Magazine. And it no longer carries a higher price tag than the Intel-compatible version.

Additional Information

For additional information, please see the page on Red Hat Official Linux 4.1 for Intel


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